After the First round of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup – The favorites didn’t let us down as United States set another World Cup record.


June 7, 2019
France 4-0 South Korea
France – Eugene Le Sommer 9’ Wendie Renard 35’ 45+3’ Amandine Henry 85’

June 8, 2019
Germany 1-0 China
Germany – Giulia Gwinn 66’

Spain 3-1 South Africa
Spain -Jennifer Hermoso 69’(pen) 82’(pen) Lucia Garcia 89’
South Africa – Thembi Kgatlana 25’

Norway 3-0 Nigeria
Norway – Guro Reiten 17; Lisa-Marie Utland 34’ Osinachi Ohale 37’(og)

June 9, 2019
Australia 1-2 Italy
Australia – Samantha Kerr 22’
Italy – Barbara Bonansea 56’ 90+5’

Brazil 3-0 Jamaica
Brazil – Cristiane 15’ 50’ 64’

England 2-1 Scotland
England – Nikita Parris 14’(pen) Ellen White 40’
Scotland – Claire Emslie 79’

June 10, 2019
Argentina 0-0 Japan

Canada 1-0 Cameroon
Canada – Kadeisha Buchanan 45

June 11, 2019
New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands
Netherlands – Jill Roord 90+2’

Chile 0-2 Sweden
Sweden – Kosovare Asllani 83’ Madelen Janogy 90+4’

USA 13-0 Thailand
USA – Alex Morgan 12’ 53’ 74’ 81’ 87’ Rose Lavelle 20’ 56’ Lindsey Horan 32’ Samantha Mewis 50’ 54’ Megan Rapinoe 79’ Mallory Pugh 85’Carli Lloyd 90+2’


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